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    1976 Cutlass Supreme for sale

    For those of you who haven't seen this one yet. Its been on their site for about a year now. I guess they're waiting for the right person.

    http://www.steeldreamz.com/1976%20CUTLASS%20SUPREME.htm

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    Sharp car, but I'm guessing the price is why it's been for sale a year. It would be nice to see these cars selling for that kind of coin though.
    Todd

    '76 H/O {Concept}

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    Quote Originally Posted by ragz442 View Post
    Sharp car, but I'm guessing the price is why it's been for sale a year. It would be nice to see these cars selling for that kind of coin though.
    Not if you're wanting to buy one!

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    I agree, you see mopars going for 5k not even in primer! With bondo patches all over, in need of panels and a lot more. Oldsmobiles are still the lower priced alternatives.... For now... and the latter years...

    If we can start getting repro companies to pay attention! Especialy for interior plastic pieces!!

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    It is a nice car, but I would not pay 13,500 for it. It is just not rare enough nor does it have a big motor. I think that they don't want to sell it. There was grass and dirt on the driver's side floor board. Maybe they like to drive it.

    Oh well.

    John
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    Quote Originally Posted by JPickettIII View Post
    It is a nice car, but I would not pay 13,500 for it. It is just not rare enough nor does it have a big motor. I think that they don't want to sell it. There was grass and dirt on the driver's side floor board. Maybe they like to drive it.

    Oh well.

    John
    John, did you see this car in person? If so, is it as nice as it looks in the pics? I agree 13.9k is alot, but the mileage, interior, options and color should get it close, sweet looking ride!
    Todd

    '76 H/O {Concept}

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    What a fluke, this car was just listed on Ebay today with a buy now price of $10,500. I'm sure they've had it for close to a year but I have never seen it on ebay before and I do check ebay every couple of days. I guess they gave up on finding a buyer at $13,900. I think it will sell at that price.
    http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/1976-...QQcmdZViewItem
    Last edited by 77 Cutlass Supreme; 12-01-2007 at 11:16 PM.

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    I'm confused. I thought only the Salons had the bucket seats and floor shifter. Does anybody know why this Supreme is optioned this way?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 77 Cutlass View Post
    I'm confused. I thought only the Salons had the bucket seats and floor shifter. Does anybody know why this Supreme is optioned this way?
    I'm sure you could get a Supreme optioned with a console shift. I had a friend in high school whose older sister got a new 76 Cutlass Supreme when she graduated high school in 1976. It looked much like that red car that is for sale but it was dark blue and white but appeared to be optioned the same with the strato buckets and console shift, a/c, manual windows and SS wheels and the same white pin stripe. The main difference was it had the puny 260 V-8. I saw it that first day she got it and rode in it, fresh from the dealer. It was a very nice looking car though, until my buddy got his dirty hands on it when it was 3 or 4 years old. He attempted to put a LT-1 350 from a 70 Chevelle in it. He hacked the hell out of that car and got it to run with the Chevy motor. Then he put a tunnel ram intake on it and chopped a hole in the hood and bolted on a fiberglass L88 style scoop. At least it was white so it matched the white top and interior. The last time I saw the car, it was in a wrecking yard on Luna Road in Dallas that has been closed for over 20 years now. It was in a 5 car stack, 3rd car from top or bottom of the pile. Broken pieces of scoop still attached to the hood and a big slice where the flex fan had shot up through the hood when the engine was blown in a street race. Sad end for a cool car. The red is nice but I liked the blue better.

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    You could get buckets and console in a Supreme, either the strato style [73-77] or swivels [73-76]. The Salons had reclining buckets only, in a few different styles.
    Todd

    '76 H/O {Concept}

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